UNIT ONE

What you really need to know.

UNIT ONE TEST (A DAYS)

Monday, Sep. 28th, 7:45am

Mrs. Maurice's Classroom

UNIT ONE TEST (B DAYS)

Tuesday, Sep. 22nd, 7:45am

Mrs. Maurice's Classroom

You know there is a test for Unit One coming up. But do you know what is going to be on the test? Here are the "I can..." Statements for Unit One

I can identify parts of expressions (terms, factors, constants, and coefficients).

I can explain the context of different parts of a formula.

I can determine real world context of variables in an expression.

I can identify the individual factors of a given term within an expression.

I can justify the steps used in solving an equation.

I can understand, apply, and explain the results of using inverse operations.

I can write equations in equivalent forms to solve problems.

I can analyze and solve literal equations for a variable.

I can understand and apply the properties of inequalities.

I can verify that a given number or variable is a solution to the equation or inequality.

I can extend the concepts used in solving numerical equations to rearrange formulas for a particular variable.

Feeling a little uneasy about if YOU CAN do some of these? Take this Google Survey for some extra credit!

Here are some great review videos!

Algebra Basics: Solving Basic Equations Part 1 - Math Antics
Algebra Basics: Solving Basic Equations Part 2 - Math Antics
Solving Two-Step Equations Using Multiplication and Division by Shmoop
Solving Multi-Step Equations
Learn How To Solve Inequalities
Solve Linear Formulas and Literal Equations For a Specified Variable

Those videos take care of the follow "I CAN" Statements...

I can determine real world context of variables in an expression.

I can justify the steps used in solving an equation.

I can understand, apply, and explain the results of using inverse operations.

I can write equations in equivalent forms to solve problems.

I can analyze and solve literal equations for a variable.

I can understand and apply the properties of inequalities.

I can verify that a given number or variable is a solution to the equation or inequality.

I can extend the concepts used in solving numerical equations to rearrange formulas for a particular variable.

That's more than half of what you need to know!

Now CAN YOU...

identify parts of expressions (terms, factors, constants, and coefficients)?

explain the context of different parts of a formula?

identify the individual factors of a given term within an expression?

If yes, you're good to go! If no, check out my blog! I will be posting all the must know vocabulary and formulas.

Good luck on your test!

Remember that all notes, vocabulary, and missing assignments are due on your test date.